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. the texas association of magicians held their annual magic convention and they were all tricks, look at this. beautiful. way to go. people from as far away as japan and england. beyond the jokes and tricks, it's still a very serious business. >> you love magic. >> i love it. >>> with the season of callbacks. it's clench time on the set of american idol. the new judge search is taking center stage. you're a big fan of this show, i want to know what you think. kara dioguardi is gone, as well as ellen degeneres and simon cowell. justin timberlake might join them, elton john, j. lo, she was in, out and back in again. and of course, steven tyler. howard stern wanted it too. >>> this is a great weekend for george clooney. his assassin traveller knocked off the competition, debuting at number one. he took in $13 million as the summer season winds down. last weekend's champ wasn't george clooney. so there you go, george clooney. [laughter] >> can't do it now, magic. >> i'm laughing. >>> facebook is testing out a new feature. >> the feature is causing problems for some users. find out what it is comi
, the death toll is growing in texas in the aftermath of tropical storm hermine. police say two people have died from the rains associated with this storm coming in addition to a number of dramatic rescues like this video of fire fighters in arlington, texas pulling a woman to safety and dramatic video as well from dallas of a tornado forming and then tearing apart a section of a rail yard. look at this. at least one person was hurt when that twister slammed a truck into a ware highways. that funnel -- warehouse. >> wildfires in colorado are burning out of control for a third day and four are still missing. it destroyed at least 136 homes so far. that means it is the most destructive series of wildfires in colorado history. resident a number of residents did not evacuate instead staying behind to try to save their homes. dramatic pictures from silver spring spring after a bus erupted in flames. an abc 7 assignment editor captured these pictures of the scene in front of the discovery channel building. firefighters extinguished the flame minutes aste ignited. no one was hurt. >> the west and
. >>> speaking of red states, in texas, democratic governor association who has to save its resources, preparing to spend $700,000 a week hitting republican governor rick perry. a new poll for consortium of texas newspapers has perry up only by single digits against former houston mayor bill white. 46%, 39%. it's a state no democrat has been elected to statewide office since 1994. white is hoping to use perry's tenure as the longest serving governor in the state's history against him in this anti-incumbent year. first, on the daily rundown, let's take a look at this new ad. >> 25 years as a politician changes you. you think injecting 11 and 12-year-old girls with a controversial drug without a parent's consent is a good idea? you think it's right to use a government takeover of texas homes and property so foreign companies can get rich? you spend taxpayer money on a fancy mansion while texas faces an $18 billion deficit. on the issues, 25 years as a politician has changed rick perry. for the worse. >> those attacks on the cervical cancer vaccine sound familiar because kay bailey hutchison used t
and flooding rains associated with the storm. we do have flood warnings in place over a wide area across texas but also up in oklahoma and kansas as well so the next few days we'll be looking at more drenching downpours. to the northeast, quite a powerful system making its way into the great lakes as well here, looking at the risk of tornadoes in ohio, and over a wide area looking at very strong winds, perhaps damaging winds as well as large hail in place as well. behind it we're going to see cold air entering from the north, already affecting central canada, we have frost warnings in place tonight, and that's going to be ushering into the great lakes region on your wednesday, so as you wake up after tomorrow night it will fe conderay cooler here, torn row 21 degrees on wednesday. 22 in chicago. finally taking a look at europe then, to the north it will stay fine and dry across scandinavia under this big high pressure system, but we've got several systems in the works across western and central europe today, a couple of showers moving across the british aisles, still some heavy rain to come in
to get a few laughs. cole dab any of the austin news critics association joins us from texas with some of the movies on tap here. how are you? >> i'm good. >> let's begin with "the american," george clooney. all you have to say is george clooney and people are excited about a movie. it's "the american," great suspense, a thriller. let's take a peek at what it's about. >> take a right, then the second left. you will see a dark blue fiat. i have marked a small town on the map. astelvakia, stay there. lay low until you get my call. don't talk to anyone. above all, don't make any friends, jack. you used to know that. >> okay. should i be intrigued there? maybe that's not a super great clip, but tell me why i should like that movie. >> well, i give it a b plus. it's a good movie. it's well made. aesthetically it's great. george clooney is a guy hired to create a weapon for an assassin in rome. we don't know why and it doesn't seem to matter. director anton corbin whose film "control" you may have seen in 2007. he really crafts every scene to matter. they build upon one another. the cinemain
slamming into a building. no associated deaths or injuries have been reported. >>> also in texas new video shows the dramatic rescue of a woman who became stranded in her car on a highway surrounded by gushing floodwaters. a rescue crew used the ladder to get to the car, pull the woman through her sun roof and lift her to safety. >>> and in south carolina a nervous tad gave his little girl the surprise of a lifetime. just back from a five-month extended tour in the middle east, the master sergeant waited in the cool hallway, the 8-year-old turned the corner and sprung into her dad's arms, crying, but happy once again to be daddy's little girl. how sweet. >>> and now for a look at your national and regional weather. let's check in with nbc's meteorologist bill karins. good morning, bill. >> the tornado was really an isolated case but it was almost right through downtown dallas. that was what was tropical storm hermine now up in oklahoma. going to spread heavy rain in missouri as we go throughout the day today. there are two weather stories today. one is the cool air that has pushed through
and distinctive group, the texas military museum association that has now made this a military museum for the people of texas and for america. this was appropriate to do so. i want to make sure i add my support to legislation, if it's coming to the floor dealing with rosa's law, which is a senate bill and i will add supporting statements to the record. in conclusion, i think that this legislation, 5710, is a model for what can be an important life saver in america, and that is to get people to be weaned off addictive drugs and have a way of determining whether there is an addictive person and whether they can secure care. i urge my colleagues to support h.r. 5710 and i look forward to the drug enforcement agency working with my office on the kind of restraints that is hopefully helpful when they have these mass campaigns for people to drop off old prescriptions and make sure they follow suit and do the right thing for the people of this country. i yield back. and i ask for a vote. thank you very much, mr. chairman. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlewoman from texas yields back. the g
that was in violation of fralt parental kidnapping laws. >> the death toll is growing in texas in the aftermath of tropical storm hermine. two people have died from rain associated with that storm. this comes after a number of dramatic reves like this. firefighters in arlington, texas pulling a woman to safety. check out this dramatic video from dallas. you'll see a tornado forming tearing apart a section of a rail chard. that twister slammed a truck into a warehouse. that was one of several tornados that touched down throughout the day. >> wildfires in colorado are burning out of control for a third day and four people are still missing. flames burning destroyed at least 136 homes so far. that makes this the most destructive series of wildfires in colorado history. many of the residents did not evacuate deciding to try to save their homes. >> it is 6:07 on this early thursday morning. outside we have 61 degrees. >> still ahead, are you ready for some football? the first lady hits the gridiron with a message for kids and shocking allegations in the race for d.c. mayor. plus another check of tra
. no associated deaths or injuries have been reported. >>> also in texas, video shows the dramatic rescue of a woman who became stranded in her car on a highway surrounded by gushing floodwaters. app rescue crew used a ladder to get to the car, pull the woman through her sun roof and lift her to safety. >>> and in south carolina a nervous dad gave his little girl the surprise of a lifetime. just back from a five-month extended tour in the middle east, the master sergeant waited in the school hallway. the 8-year-old turned the corner. shocked, she sprung into her dad's arms, crying, but happy to once again be daddy's little girl. ah, sweet moment. >>> and now for a look at your national and regional weather here's your nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather channel forecast. >> he sat on a rock, looked nervous. >> unbelievable moment. >> finally the heat is leaving some of the big cities. yesterday was in the 90s again from new york to philly to d.c. down to raleigh. and now that cold front has moved through and is bringing you some cooler weather. we also saw the pictures that lyn
, even sent a semi slamming into a building. no associated deaths or injuries have been reported. >>> also in texas, new video shows the dramatic rescue of a woman who became stranded in her car on a highway surrounded by gushing floodwaters. a rescue crew used a ladder to get to the car to pull the woman through the sunroof and then lift her to safety. >>> and in south carolina, a nervous dad gave his little girl the surprise of a lifetime. just back from a five-month extended tour in the middle east, master sergeant waited in the school hallway until a very surprised 8-year-old turned the corner and sprung into her dad's arms, crying, but of course, happy to once again be daddy's little girl. >>> and now for a look at your national and regional weather, here's your nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather channel forecast. bill, good morning. >> good morning, lynn. she turned that tough guy into a nervous wreck. >> and all of us. i mean, you watch those -- i mean, we've seen them before, but it's such a powerful moment when you see that. >> we love it. let's talk about wh
in south texas . that is associated with hurricane karl . look at the pictures out of mexico. yesterday, a category 3 hurricane hit the city of vercruz, mexico. causing all kinds of damage. the town has sen million people in it. you can get an idea of the damage done there. all of that moisture pulled inland in the higher elevations . they will have up to 15 inches of rain. we'll see significant flooding out of mexico as well >> another one is igor . i will show you that in a second. up in northern and central plans, eastern nebraska and parts of iowa will cause flooding . north of this, it is cold . first fall air mass in parts of the dakotas . one10 in phoenix which is hot for this time of year. this is igor. 110 miles per hour, but it is a big, big storm and heading right to bermuda. we'll have a category 3 storm over bermuda sunday night or sunday morning. guys? >> we'll be monitoring that. >> they work for uncle sam, but reports from capitol hill show that employees there owe him millions. >> we need a law to make sure they are not breaking the law. >> he is the right guy to do tha
of the small business -- association. texas. what is your business? caller: good morning. we breed horses. i have four people who are employed. one of them is another family member. i don't know what is going to happen to us. our business on our farm, it has been in our family for 25 years. it belonged to my mother and my father. one of them is already gone and the other one is probably not going to be around for another year or two. the farm has been appraised at -- i think it was $450,000. and this is going to be true of many neighbors that have farms, whether they are in the horse business or some other business. i think we are going to all lose our benefits when the death tax break expire spirited that has a lot of us concerned. that is probably true of many of my neighbors. host: it kicks in next year, correct? it takes effect next year? caller: correct. will expire. there is just no way around -- is that death tax, which is the most unfair tax, i believe, that is on the books. host: what is the pay will for your four employees? guest: i think the payroll -- caller: i think the payroll,
and taking opportunities. host: our guest is todd mccracke president of the small business -- association. texas. what is your business? caller: good morning. we breed horses. i have four people who are employed. one of them is another family member. i don't know what is going to happen to us. our business on our farm, it has been in our family for 25 years. it belonged to my mother and my father. one of them is already gone and the other one is probably not going to be around for another year or two. the farm has been appraised at -- i think it was $450,000. and this is going to be true of many neighbors that have farms, whether they are in the horse business or some other business. i think we are going to all lose our benefits when the death tax break expire spirited that has a lot of us concerned. that is probably true of many of my neighbors. host: it kicks in next year, correct? it takes effect next year? caller: correct. will expire. there is just no way around -- is that death tax, which is the most unfair tax, i believe, that is on the books. host: what is the pay will for your fo
in texas and the aftermath of a tropical storm. the police say a second person has died from right to associate with the storm -- from rain associated with the storm. check out this dramatic video, from dallas. a tornado formed and tore apart a section of a rail yard. the problems are far from over. >>> as for around here, the weather is much different. >> it was hot, hot, hot, another day in the 90's. what is on the way? >> not another day in the 90's. you asked for it and i try to deliver. we tapped into some of the weatherbug sites. this is the amount of rain, dallas, wind gust of 28 m.p.h., left over tropical systems, over 7 inches of rain in dallas-fort worth. that is just today, and that is why they have had flooding. for us, the dry pattern continues. overnight tonight, in the belfort furniture weather center, we will continue to see cool weather coming our way. have we said goodbye to the 90's? it is 2010. this was an exceptional summer. i will tell you in just a few minutes. >> that was very noncommittal. >>> coming up, a campus alert in virginia. the school where students
. that will be under investigation. >> let's do 0 a little bit more on this, associate professor jean beck from texas a&m is on the line with us right now. what do you know about this particular rig? >> caller: i don't know anything about this particular rig. i'm just trying to look at some of the information. i was just notified of this just a few minutes ago. you know, it's just on the surface from what i'm looking at, you know, there's a low numb of people on the rig. 12 to 13 people. it's in shallower water, 450 feet of water. the gentleman from the coast guard referred to it as a platform. which would tell you it's not a floating vessel, it's bottom-supported. that would all mean that you know, the leak and the explosion and the containment, the blow-out preventers and everything that would be on the rig would be probably up on the platform, as owe potioned to sitting on the seabed. >> is there a difference between a production platform and a, and a drilling rig? >> yes. there's quite a bit of difference. now at times a production platform can host a drilling rig. it can, a rig can set up and work
. it will bring heavy rainfall as these systems normally do then drift off to north texas by the middle and end of the week with more showers associated with it. more often these types of tropical system, they can be drought busters or flood makers. so you have to keep an eye on those with the ones that aren't as strong and don't have the high pressure winds. >> a lot of sunshine, a few showers in the upper midwest. they are not going to make it here. high pressure is going to protect us from those showers, but i know we could use some of that rain. dry pattern until next weekend. temperatures, we're in the 50's and even some 40's. 46 in cumberland. leesburg, 51. blewy at 59. frederick at 54. a fantastic monday, another comfortable start to the day. very refreshing outside. yesterday the high of 82 degrees, exactly average for this time of year. the high pressure system overhead will slide off to the east. it will move offshore giving us the southerly wind. that gives us the southerly wind, what we call the return flow, and that makes it warmer. it's going to warm up just a little bit over the
to adapt. >> it is shocking. you read about team said give up 500 of -- 500 yds. being associated with one of those teams, is a tough pill to swallow. the houston texas came back from behind. >> right now, they have the us two weeks in a row. >> the redskins will face philadelphia and michael veeck who threw for three touchdowns and ran for another. >> he is making every single throw out there. >> all right, that defense has given up almost 1,300 yds in the first three games. the wizards met with the media today and tonight, the kickoff training camp. this is really bizarre. look at this. this was the first media event since the gun seigaga. >> you are getting older, so you automatically -- i am very happy. [unintelligible] there is no need to do that anymore. i play with my passion. that is what i need to focus on. >> i thought for awhile that this was a joke. but it was the real deal. >> he looks like he is medicated. >> that was very strange. maybe he is just saving of all of his energy for game time. >> up next, an emergency plan landing caught on camera by a passenger on board. >> the
to creating a blood test that can identify alzheimer's disease. scientists in texas have developed a test that looks for a number of proteins in the blood that have been associated with alzheimer's. in a new study, the test was accurate almost 80% of the time. but more research still needs to be done, they say to perfect that test before it can be more widely used. >>> action videogames may be good for you. at least when it comes to making quick decisions. researchers followed two groups of young adults. one group played high paced action games. the other group played a slow- moving game. both groups were then tested with a series of quick questions. the people who played the high speed games were up to 25% faster at accurately answering those questions. >>> a unique medical marijuana dispensary has just opened in santa cruz. it sells ice cream infused with marijuana extract. pretty potent stuff, we are told. the makers say that that one bite is equivalent to four or five puffs off a joint. [ pause ] >> you are definitely going to be going back for seconds. the munchies are certainly prob
we could with michael. a lot of it was him and a lot of it was the folks he associated with. >> applying the lessons learned from pro football's infamous scandals. plus, from texas high school football star to accused drug cartel kingpin and mass murderer. the accused criminal known as la barbie is now behind bars and sharing terrible stories of his past. well-being. we're all striving for it. purina cat chow helps you nurture it in your cat with a full family of excellent nutrition and helpful resources. purina cat chow. share a better life. and i'm actual agent larissa buerano. larissa can tell you how you can get discounts of up to 40%. but so can your neighbors. they can also tell you how state farm's new pocket agent iphone app can help you manage your account, find the nearest gas station, or even -- even help you call a tow truck. and those are just a few of the perks experienced by the 40 million drivers insured by state farm. so, talk to your neighbors. then call a state farm agent, like me. ♪ that's a nice picture. thank you. step away from the internet. schedule
. that is quickly moving away. it did do some damage in bermuda. we're also watching the rain that was associated with hurricane karl. karl made a landfall in mexico with some very heavy rain affecting parts of texas, corpus christi getting over 7 inches. that is going to be lightening up and we'll watch for a couple fronts to bring our rain in this direction as we go through the week. meanwhile temperatures are dropping to the 50s in some spots, everyone else holding onto the 60s, 57 gaithersburg, manassas 54, 57 in the district and we're headed for the 40s and 50s tonight with a big area of high pressure right on top of us, winchester 45, chantilly 48 and d.c. about 55 degrees. forecast tonight clear and chilly with those 40s in the suburbs, 55 degrees downtown, a beautiful day tomorrow after a chilly start. we climb to 79 degrees. again we're watching our hurricane igor move away. it is actually still technically a hurricane at this hour and it is going to be affecting newfoundland. the only other thing we need to watch is in the far eastern atlantic closer to africa, but that could also becom
of the university of texas at el paso is an expert on mexican drug cartels. >> you could say they're a kind of insurgency. they're beginning to learn and to use tactics that are generally associated with the insurgency. >> it's getting worse. i have never seen it at this level before. >> reporter: anthony coleson is a recently retired d.e.a. supervisor in tuscon, arizona. he says the mexican traffickers produce more drugs and are stronger now than ever. >> they're flourishing now as almost a drug empire. >> reporter: mexican president felipe calderon is waging an unprecedented war against the drug cartels and warns the traffickers threaten civil order and the state. so far, five mayors have been killed this year and a gubernatorial candidate was shot dead on a highway. >> the state is not prepared to handle that type of situation. the police forces in mexico are too small. >> reporter: jose reyes ferriz is the mayor of juarez, mexico, where 2,800 people were killed in drug violence last year. he travels with tight security. how many threats do you get and how seriously are they taken? >> we
of it was the folks he associated with. >> applying the lessons learned from pro football's infamous scandals. plus, from texas high school football star to accused drug cartel kingpin and mass murderer. the accused criminal known as la barbie is now behind bars and sharing terrible stories of his past. that's next. t randy johnson a bad idea? randy: sorry man, you all right? man: yeah, im good. yeah you just winged me. randy: think anybodys going to notice that? man: yeah, probably. maybe we should just go sledding... vo: geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. >>> this week mexico's federal police captured a drug kingpin, one of the most powerful drug cartel leaders, ed gar villarreal valdez, known as la barbie because of his fair skin and eyes, is american born and was wanted on both sides of the border. he was a high school football star in his home town of laredo, texas. now he is said to have organized the killings of hundreds of people. fred burton has been following valdez' actions along the border. he is a former counterterrorism agent with the state department and a
is filling in for al. stephanie, what's the story? >>> there's a huge plume of moisture associated with hermine and there it is stretching anywhere from mexico, but guess what, the system is heading rate towards the texas coast. as we head over the next couple of days, it could make landfall near brownsville on tuesday. it could bring flooding to texas but also the good news is that we need the rain in texas. we certainly don't need it here in mexico. as you can see the moisture associated with hermine caused some significant flooding and a lot of evacuations here as well. hopefully we do not see scenes like that in texas. lester, back to you. >> stephanie, thanks. we'll go back to you shortly for the rest of the nation's forecast. right now it is 7:03 and here's natalie. >>> lester, today is no holiday for president obama as he hits the road trying to sell the administration's jobs plan. this with the jobs of a lot of congressional democrats in peril this fall. nbc's mike viqueira has more. good morning to you. >> reporter: it is all about the economy this week for president obama
to the associated press probably because they have a lot of work to do at this moment. again, serious flooding in arlington, texas. the choppers had not been up the entirety of the day and we had known that there was this flooding across but the pictures from six flags over texas are something else. these are live pictures. told of a number of rescues and it has been a difficult thing really to cover from the ground because getting from one place to another in the flooded areas has proved to be a very difficult thing to do. largely we are relying on helicopter pictures at least for now as authorities are so busy that they really don't have time to get back to us on what the status of the rescues are and that is fully understandable. rick reichmuth, though, we were anticipating last night, in fact, local reports from the houston area were that the flooding came and went very quickly. and as the storm continued to move, there were concerns about whether this would happen. they didn't have this serious a problem in houston. >> they didn't. let me tell you what is going on here. in a hurricane, tr
association discussion on this year's races for governor. after that, texas senator kay bailey hutchison on board security. later, we rehear the town hall meeting with oregon senator jeff merkley. on "washington journal" tomorrow morning, we'll discuss b.p.'s internal report about the gulf of mexico oil spill. author kate zerni kate zernike taking calls about her new book. and dylan loewe will focus on the fall elections. "washington journal" is live on c-span every day at 7:00 a.m. eastern. >> he defies all the stereotypes of what a rabble rouser, etc., etc. is supposed to be. nicholas spent 10 years working for alin is sky and rights about him. it's sunday night on c-span's q & a. >> more coverage now of the recent public policy conference at new mexico state university. speakers include the federal reserve president of the -- the bank in kansas city. this is a little less than an hour. >> thank you very much, laura. laura, one of the things i did do is get a special permission slip from richard fisher at the dallas bank so i could come down here and speak to you. i'm not out of territ
that can identify alzheimer's disease. >> texas scientists have developed a test that looks for a number of proteins in the blood that's been associated with alzheimer's. in a new study the test is accurate about 80% of the time. more research still needs to be done to perfect the test before it can actually be used on a widespread basis. >>> hey, turns out action videogames may actually be good for you at least when it comes to making quick decisions. doctors followed two groups of young adults, one played high paced action games, the other playing a slow-moving game. both groups were tested with a series of quick questions and the people who had played those high paced games were up to 25% faster at accurately answering those questions. >> you know, i -- i should probably try that. i mean, i was even terrible at the games like frogger. i mean -- >> i like frogger. i was good at super mario brothers back in the day. >> i'm really terrible but i can see where your hand/eye coordination would get better and making quick decisions. >> yeah. >> that's what we need to do. >> see, parents? t
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tornado warnings earlier in the day. no damage reported associated with those. but as hermine moves up to the north, she is going to become a headache for places like north texas and oklahoma. hopefully she will get out of our hair down here in houston. >> shepard: we can hope. fox 26 for houston and outlying areas. good to see you. thank you. a fast-moving fire destroying several fishing boats and doing a whole lot of damage. the boats tied closely together at a port in south korea. reportedly in anticipation of a typhoon that never hit. look at this. see boats engulfed in flames. apparently one of them caught fire and spread boat to boat to boat. we're told it took 300 people and 16 fire vehicles to get fund control. and the damage, they tell us, could top $5 million. a teenager stranded in the middle averaging river and the whole thing caught on video. happened in california near bakersfield. officials say the 19-year-old was playing in the river when he got caught in the powerful current. and ended up clinging to a rock to keep from getting swept right away. rescuers on the ground
's what you do. first of all, my job to chair the governor's democratic association would be easier if phil bredeson could run for re-election in tennessee. it is true. he's been a great governor. we have california, florida, texas, big states and other states, ko ko, connecticut and others. we have to target the resources as effectively as we can. >> governor bredeson, how would you advise the president to connect in tennessee, frankly, a state the president has never been able to connect with? >> i've always naelt the real answer in a lot of america -- tennessee is a good example of that, just kind of getting out of the washington speak and that whole kind of -- the whole mill yeah that exists there and talk to people in walmarts and waffle houses and to get out there. i watched him this morning. he can do that. i was watching him up there and just thinking how effective he can be at that. i'd love to let him let down the hair a little bit and come to tennessee. we'll help him out. >> all right. governors of delaware and tennessee, two governors at the forefront of the education r
satellite corp. 2010] >> in a few moments, the democratic governors' association will talk about the races around the country. in about an hour, texas senator kay bailey hutchison on border security. after that, a town hall meeting with oregon senator tom merkley. then the president of the federal reserve bank in kansas city on federal regulations. federal live events tomorrow morning. the u.s. naval institute here is from virginia senator james webb, a former navy secretary. that is on c-span-2 at 9:00 eastern. former 9/11 commissioner leaders tom keane and lee hamilton brief reporters on the evolving terrorist threat, including homegrown networks. that is at 10:00 eastern. and right after that at 11:00, live coverage of president obama is a news conference on his new economic proposals. >> the bottom line is that we need our borders secure and we cannot afford the illegal immigration. >> it is heard arizona's economy seriously. we see the stories every day -- it has hurt arizona's economy seriously. >> fall campaign 2010 online at the c-span video library, with debates -- follow the camp
good. pleasant start to the day. out to west, that's where there is a lot of rain. that associated with hermine, the remnants of what was tropical storm hermine bringing heavy rain to areas, even tornado activity in parts of texas yesterday. all of that precipitation making its way eastward and could bring us some rain by sunday. now let's go back to the graphics. current temperatures around the region, we are at -- well those are the highs from yesterday. here are the current temperatures around the region. 65 degrees right now in washington. 62 in annapolis. quantico is at 61. dulles is 57. gaithersburg 54 degrees. your forecast for today looks like this: sunny skies, quite breezy, cooler with a high of 78 degrees. winds could gust up to 25 miles per hour. that's a look at the weather. now an update on traffic from julie wright. >> still dealing with the disabled truck, squeezing by on the left. so that's where the activity is on the ramp from the inner loop to exit out bound route 4 pennsylvania avenue. the beltway, no problems leaving college park toward 270. traffic slow geor
an association of more than 500 mayors. it found those ten states which include california county for nearly 2100 guns connected to crimes in other states. the others listed are georgia, florida, virginia, texas, indiana ohio personal, north carolina and arizona. criminals and gun traffickers may favor states with more relaxed gun laws. >> the city of oakland has received three federal grants from the department of justice to help curb the violence in that city. the largest of the grants worth $2.2 million and aimed at juvenile crime to consider options outside the crimes on the street with a gang. worth $750,000 aimed at helping juveniles and adults who have been incarcerated get back to civilian society. >> many residents in a wisconsin town have evacuated their homes after a century-old levee started to fail. the wisconsin river flooded the only road in and out of one named in the town of portage. it threatened to strand hundreds in their houses. water is leaking from a nearby levee although it has not completely collapsed. it's made up of several
shows they were sold in ten states. an association of 500 mayors find those states account for 2100 guns connected to crimes in other states. california is one of the states where the guns are sold. the others are georgia, florida, virginia, texas, indiana, ohio, pennsylvania, north carolina and arizona. criminals and gun traffickers may favor states with more relaxed gun laws. >> the city of oakland has received three federal grants from the department of justice of violence that has plagued the if i. the grant worth $2.2 million is aimed at preventing juvenile crime. includes programs including employment which has youth consider options outside a life of crime on the streets with a gang. two other grants worth $75,000 are aimed at helping juveniles and adults who have been incarcerated get back into civilian society. >> residents of a wisconsin town have evacuated their homes after a century-old levee has begun to fail. the water flooded the only road in and out of one neighborhood in the town of portage. it threatened to strand hundreds of people in their homes. water is leaking from
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but much heavier wet weather around south texas, okay? that kind of weather we are talking maybe two to four inches of rain all associated with what was karl, so some local flooding a problem there but a good chunk of the country, clear skies out there. that's a quick look at the national picture. wow! here's a look at the weather for your weekend. >> and we have not just one sign, two signs with an arrow for the birthday girl. what's your name. >> hazl ed. >> happy birthday my friends. let's get inside to chris. >> miami or abilene? up next our experts rate the sexiest movie scenes of all time. >> is your favorite on the list? well, we'll see. you're watching "the early show" on cbs. ur card please. excuse me...? this belongs to you... o...um...thank you. excuse me... this is yours... thank you! you're welcome. with chase freedom you can get a total of 5% cash back in your pocket. fun money from freedom. this is yours! thank you! what? that's 5% cash back in quarterly bonus categories all year long. does your card do this? sign up for this quarter's bonus today. chase wh
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